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You, a Dog, and an Elephant All Pee for 21 Seconds

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Published on Feb 5, 2019

The time it takes to you to tinkle is probably about the same as an elephant, even though an elephant's bladder is over 100 times larger. How can that be right? The answer is a combination of physiology and fluid dynamics.

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